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Desborough College Pupil premium grant expenditure: Report for parents and governors: The Pupil Premium is a sum of money the school receives for each student who is either in receipt of Free School Meals (FSM) or who has been in receipt within the past 6 years. Funding is also now extended to children who have been looked after continuously for more than 6 months and for the children of service personnel. Nationally, the statistics show that students who are in receipt of FSM do less well than their peers in external exams. The aim of this money is to try to close that attainment gap.

At Desborough College, we view the needs of all students as important and we strive to create the best opportunities and experiences for every single student at the school. We aim to ensure that all boys enjoy, compete and achieve whilst at Desborough College. As such this money will be spent in a targeted and measurable way on all aspects of school life, which will boost attendance, behaviour, engagement, enrichment, attainment and achievement.

We are required to publish how much Pupil Premium money we receive and how we have chosen to spend that money. We are also required to publish the results for students in receipt of FSM compared with their peers.


2011/12 Income Year

2011-2012

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium per

Received

pupil

£16,740

£488

Pupils Eligible

35

2012 Results GCSE There were 14 candidates out of the cohort of 163 in receipt of Pupil Premium/FSM

Measure

Whole School

Pupil Premium students %

% 5 or more A*-C

64

50

5 or more A*-C inc En and Ma

46

36

Value Added

976

965

Expected Progress Maths

69

62

Expected Progress English

56

38

Absence

6.3 (*5.7)

9 (*8.5)

PA (15%)

7.1 (*6.9)

14.1 (*13.8)

Fixed Term Exclusions

10 (*6.33)

32.5 (*21.38)

Permanent Exclusions

0.51 (*0.09)

0 (*0.38)

*=national average


2012/13 Income Year

2012-2013

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium per

Received

pupil

£51,537

£628

What did we spend the money on? Uniform support for individual students

£124.00

Text books and education equipment support for

£300.00

individual students Software to improve raising attendance

£1,528.00

Software – Vision to Learn & 4Matrix

£6,060.00

Assistance with the cost of curriculum trips,

£200.00

curriculum activities and other school trips Staffing costs for additional academic support and

£4,925.00

intervention Packages bought in to support students:

£24,044.00

Alternative Curriculum Speech and Language Education and Welfare Behaviour Support Educational Psychologist Pastoral support time

£6,047.00

Accelerated Reading Scheme

£4,000.00

Learning Mentors

£5,000.00

Positive reward system

£850.00

Total:

£53,078.00

Pupils Eligible

82


2013 Results GCSE There were 19 candidates out of the cohort of 135 in receipt of Pupil Premium

Measure

Whole

Pupil Premium students

School

%

% 5 or more A*-C

74

47

5 or more A*-C inc En and Ma

63

21

APS (uncapped)

418

327

APS (Best 8)

330

285

Expected 3LOP Maths

73

50

Expected 3LOP English

56

36

4LOP Maths

33

29

4LOP English

27

7

Absence

5.5 (*5.7)

6.8 (*8.5)

PA (15%)

4.5 (*6.9)

26 (*13.8)

Fixed Term Exclusions

4.5 (*6.33)

13.8 (*21.38)

Permanent Exclusions

0.3 (*0.09)

0.15 (*0.38)

Value Added

*=national average 2012


2013/14 Predictions 2014 How well are students in receipt of Pupil Premium predicted to do at Desborough College in 2014?

Key Stage 4 21 students in Year 11 2013-14 are in receipt of Pupil Premium

Year 11 Measure

All

Pupil Premium students

%

%

5 or more A*-C

74

71

5 or more A*-C inc En and Ma

72

62

APS (uncapped)

396

371

APS (Best 8)

330

316

Expected 3LOP Maths

85

75

Expected 3LOP English

86

90

4LOP Maths

44

40

4LOP English

44

65

14 students in Year 10 2013-14 are in receipt of Pupil Premium

Year 10 Measure

All

Pupil Premium students


%

%

5 or more A*-C

86

71

5 or more A*-C inc En and Ma

72

71

APS (uncapped)

312

282

APS (Best 8)

298

282

Expected 3LOP Maths

82

69

Expected 3LOP English

93

92

4LOP Maths

36

38

4LOP English

41

17

8 students in Year 9 2013-14 are in receipt of Pupil Premium Year 9 Measure

All

Pupil Premium students

%

%

5 or more A*-C

61

38

5 or more A*-C inc En and Ma

58

38

APS (uncapped)

257

216

APS (Best 8)

257

216

Expected 3LOP Maths

76

75

Expected 3LOP English

86

63

4LOP Maths

25

25

4LOP English

33

38


Key Stage 3 8 students in Year 8 2013-14 are in receipt of Pupil Premium

Year 8 Measure

All

Pupil Premium students

%

%

In line to achieve target in English

99

100

In line to achieve target in Maths

99

100

5 students in Year 7 2013-14 are in receipt of Pupil Premium

Year 7 Measure

All

Pupil Premium students

%

%

In line to achieve target in English

96

100

In line to achieve target in Maths

92

88


Income Year

2013-2014

Pupil Premium

Pupil Premium per

Received

pupil

£64,800

£900

My Maths resource

630.00

Assistance with the cost of curriculum trips,

5853.00

curriculum activities and other school trips Vision 2 Learn

5750.00

Staffing costs for additional academic support

5284.00

and intervention £10,000.00 allocated CPD

2000.00

School comms ( Attendance)

1438.00

Attendance rewards

135.00

Bus service

2828.00

Revision Guides/ Text books

1123.00

Pixl 11-14 KS4

3850.00

Literacy support (Accelerated Reader)

5235.00.

Pupil Premium Tracker

95.00

Learning Mentors ( additional classes)

1179.00

£5000 allocated Music Lessons

576.00

Uniform subsidy £100 allocated

100.00

Breakfast Club

287.00

Alternative Curriculum

2583.00

Exam resources

639.00

Total spend to date

39,585.00

Pupils Eligible

72



Pupil premium evaluation Report